The Power of HOA Participation: 10 tips for overcoming apathy in your community

Although I work with HOA boards primarily on financial and business matters, I’m still asked this question as board members look for creative ways to engage residents. I also faced resident apathy first-hand during my eight years on my neighborhood’s board of directors. At various times we needed board members, committee chairs and volunteers, project leaders, and of course better attendance at annual meetings.   Read the article………….


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